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Professor Greig de Zubicaray

Faculty of Health,
Faculty - Health,
Executive Dean's Office

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Name
Professor Greig de Zubicaray
Position(s)
Assistant Dean (Research) and Institute Deputy Director
Faculty of Health,
Faculty - Health,
Executive Dean's Office
IHBI Membership
Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI),
IHBI Health Projects,
IHBI Psych and Counc - HDHS
Phone
+61 7 3138 9639
Email
Location
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Identifiers and profiles
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Qualifications

PhD (University of Queensland), Master of Clinical Psycology (University of Queensland), Postgraduate Diploma in Psycology (University of Queensland)

Biography

Research Program: My research program focuses on investigating the neural and cognitive mechanisms responsible for language processing, how these mechanisms are affected by brain tumours and stroke, how our genome helps us speak, and how language recovery can be facilitated by various treatments.

Research Areas:  Neurobiology of language and memory; Cognitive neuroscience; Neuroimaging; Psycholinguistics;

Current Grants:

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Publications

For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.

Research projects

Grants and projects (Category 1: Australian Competitive Grants only)

Title
A Prospective Study of Language Impairment and Recovery Following Surgery for Brain Tumours
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
1079157
Start year
2015
Keywords
Title
Concepts and Control in Speech Production
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
DP150103997
Start year
2015
Keywords
Speech Production; Cognitive Neuroscience; Aphasia
Title
Neural Mechanisms of Language Facilitation in Aphasia due to Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
APP1085272
Start year
2015
Keywords
Stroke; Language Impairment; Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI); Language Disorders; Stroke Rehabilitation